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  • mccldwll
    Mar 28, 01:57 PM
    I can't believe they are going to start to sell the ipad2 at radio shack, and they haven't improved on my ship date of 4 to 5 weeks. You would think that they would take care of the ones that allready paid full price for theirs. I guess they need the interest that they are getting by holding on to everyones pre-paid orders through their own apple store.:(:(

    Sounds like you've never actually ordered. Credit cards do not get charged until orders actually ship.
    Further, obviously Apple didn't just decide last week to add RS, despite delays at other venues. The deal with RS would have been cut a long time ago, and Apple would be subject to certain supply requirements.

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  • jaxstate
    Aug 29, 10:37 AM
    Sounds like a good system. A person can buy a dummy pc if they want, a linux box, or a Mac.
    What if they don't have any choice but to buy your product? All of the Windows OEMs are instant customers for Vista, whether they like it or not. This is how the system works for Microsoft.

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  • Roessnakhan
    May 5, 11:44 AM
    If its something I can disable then I have no problem with it, but for those that want that sort of thing they can use it - everyone's happy!

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  • goobot
    May 4, 10:59 PM

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  • backdraft
    Aug 3, 08:21 PM
    The moral of the story is that to hack OS X you have to focus your effort on the closed-source software that's in there.

    Everybody thinks Macs are safe because Darwin is open source, tried and tested. But we forget about all the closed-source software that is running with elevated privileges.

    Or the hardware exploits... Been down hill since Intel... X86 hardware exploits likely on the way

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  • azentropy
    Apr 14, 11:26 AM
    The security-through-obscurity myth of OS X has long been debunked. Do you know what the most used computer OS in the world is? Linux. And there are very, very few viruses for linux.

    The rampant virus ecosystem is a flaw in Windows, not an inherent fact of all operating systems.

    Macs have a decent market share and a very large mindshare, but yet are still virus free (though there have been a couple trojans that fizzled out).


    From reading these and other forums for years we know how many Mac/Apple haters there are out there. Don't you think if they could create viruses etc. for Macs to make them look bad they would!!!???

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  • 2IS
    Apr 4, 11:49 AM
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    I think letting consumers decide is stupid. They dont have degrees in technical areas of computing. That's what engineers get paid for, to handle tech stuff. Consumer pays to have technology that works.

    Do you even know what you're talking about or is the Apple fanboyism clouding your judgment a bit? Perhaps you require SJ telling what you can and cannot view on your devices, most other people have a mind of their own to decide for themselves.

    I don't need a degree in technical areas of computing to know whether or not I want flash content displayed on my screen. Neither does anyone else. What about the billions of computers out there owned by billions of people without such degrees that allow them to view pages properly?

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  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 2, 09:18 AM
    I didn't think Steve Jobs rated 1080p?

    Has he not said that 720p is good enough for everyone in his opinion?
    He also said no one wants to watch video or read on a mobile device. When Jobs says no one wants something or this is good enough it almost certainly means they're working on something better. At the very least it's just marketing for the current time.

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  • DavidLeblond
    Sep 12, 01:57 PM
    Going through all the Free TV Show episodes I haven't yet seen and redownloading them in 640x480.

    I love every bit of this new iTunes... well except for the annoying fact that all the store views now scroll horizontally.

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  • cvaldes
    Apr 14, 09:21 AM
    The only flaw with that is the rest of the market is shrinking.

    So if the market is down as a whole, and one manufacture is up, that one manufacturer is definitely doing something right.
    On top of that is the fact that the world population is growing.

    These other guys are fumbling the ball.

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  • NT1440
    Mar 15, 01:41 PM
    Has fivepoint even commented once on his own thread? :confused:

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  • Digital Skunk
    May 4, 07:34 AM
    I agree, and am fortunate to have a legit edu connection. That said, companies vary on their proof requirements. Apple, in my experience, will give you the edu price by just saying you are a student/teacher/buying it for one. I've seen them sell a Mac at that price to grandparents, etc. Pretty decent policy. MS just requires a .edu email, but then again technet is so cheap that the edu discount pales. of course, with technet using the software in a production environment is a license violation.

    Right, and 9 times out of 10 the Apple Specialist will just give you the discount just so he/she can attach Mobile Me and Applecare and whatever else . . . . . oh that was just me. :D

    Seriously though the requirements for that EDU discount are just as you said, nothing more than mentioning it or purchasing it through an online store. At the end of the day, you will OWN your EDU copy of a software title rather than some garbled up binary from a torrent made to look like a piece of software.

    Oh ya. I have several pieces of glass that individually cost more than the body. People complain about software lock in; MS / APPLE ?Adobe et. al. have nothing on the camera manufacturers and their proprietary mounts.

    True! That Nikkor 85mm 1.4 I am drooling over is going for $2200, far more than the price of my $1200 D7000 (which trumps the D2xs it replaced in so many ways).

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  • Websnapx2
    Aug 3, 05:10 PM
    people are not understanding that ALL products on the banner have already been released...aside from leopard.

    aside from leopard.

    Everything on that banner has been released/announced. THERE IS NOTHING NEW ONTHIS BANNER! :rolleyes:


    Ok, please keep in mind that while none of us that aren't in the know at apple can say for sure, it is rational and most plausible that the reason that all these icons/photos are on the banner is because this is what current developers are working on and concerned with in their everyday application creation. Steve said even at Macworld the we are not fully done with the PPC architecture and that developers will need to create with it in mind for a few years to come (hence, the 64-bit logo which applies to the G5). Now, this is not to say that 64 bit chips aren't to be announced, but really! Why would the mix brand new items that have not been announced on the same banner as all of their other known technologies FIVE days before the keynote. It doesn't happen for two reasons. 1) they always wait till the day before to put that stuff up and 2) they always the items on their own unless it has a direct tie in with another known technology (ie: new iPod w/ itunes logo).

    Apple wants you to get exited about each new item and focus on them for each promotional piece. If there are 5 major announcement there will be five banners, and so on. Nothing on this banner is a hint to anything. The really goodies/photo leaks will surface around sunday when they guys putting up the new stuff screw up and go for coffee with the banners of a Mac Pro exposed.

    Hmmm...... If you look closely at the banner photo you'll see the "64-bit" logo is awfully close to the photo of the iMac. The current Intel iMacs are not 64-bit since the Core Duo (1) processers are 32-bit. Could this mean that the iMacs are going to get the new Core Duo 2 processers, which just happen to be 64-bit.

    That's hilarious!! Dude I get your grasping at straws, but come on? Your putting WAY too much thought in to this....

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  • solarguy17
    Mar 28, 01:05 PM
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    I used to work at RS and really it was pretty good place to work. It was commission but I always made around $10 or so an hour. Yeah, it maybe overpriced but generally the employees are more intelligent then BB employees and way better then WM employees.

    Walmart is way worse the RS.

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  • GeekLawyer
    Apr 12, 11:41 AM
    Great news. The more manufacturing capacity, the better.

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  • dejo
    Aug 2, 10:20 PM
    I personally think with the uptake of more Apple systems and the perception of better security on Apple systems many people see this as a challange to break a Mac (ala Hack a Mac).

    But wait! Doesn't Apple's miniscule market-share mean that hackers won't target Macs because there is nothing to be gained? Better off targeting the 95% of Windows-running machines out there? I think this story proves again that the "security through obscurity" argument is just a myth. :)

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  • 6-0 Prolene
    Mar 12, 02:40 PM
    ...they had to bring the store down worldwide?
    Sometimes I wonder what Apple hires those smart people for, if it's just the morons running their daily business.

    Because those morons have to clear caches worldwide so that all the Akamai pages/sites are updated in sync.

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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Aug 29, 08:39 AM
    Very likely home platinum, possibly professional if they are buying a expensive high end machine.

    MS has spread their lineup to thin, $500 for the ultimate every 5-10 years, I would rather got the apple route, $130 for the entire thing every few years and at least I feel continues advances than one big bang.

    You mean Home Premium? :confused:

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  • 7on
    Mar 18, 01:29 PM
    The future is coming and I welcome it.

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    white pilgrim
    Nov 8, 09:15 AM
    If i compared the high end MacBook to the high end 15" MacBook Pro, would these be the only notable differences?

    Mar 29, 09:44 AM
    I hope that iOS5 is as good as we all expect. More options for voice integration would be oh so welcome. Let me listen to and respond to email and texts while driving (huge wish). But seriously, it's the one thing I'll say MS did well with their Sync technology. It is such a pleasant experience to use my iPhone in the car like that. If the phone can take even more commands from my voice I'll be ecstatic.

    Add free MobileMe and Apple will be set. I bet they need that double sized data center in NC we've heard about to pull this off.

    Wow, my hopes are high!

    Sep 22, 04:44 PM
    Are Apple any different?

    All their product is made in Asia, I'm sure they bully their suppliers to get the best prices and there have been question marks over the working conditions in the factories they use.

    Everyone wants lower prices and better quality. A lot of people feel guilty due to the effects this has on other people, but not guilty enough to actually stop shopping at the cheapest shops.

    I agree. Apple and Wal-mart are just companies. They are not evil or benevolent. They compete in a very competitive market and can in no way be considered monopolies.

    Wal-Mart doesn't drive local mom & pop companies out of business. The people who shop at Wal-Mart drive the local mom & pop business away. If Wal-Mart is so evil, bad to employees, sells rotten product, why is it that so many people shop there?

    Sure Wal-Mart pressures suppliers to lower their price, so does everyone else. That is why prices drop when supply is high or demand is down. Sure Wal-Mart puts pressure on local business. So does every business that competes in that market including mail order.

    If the local business can't stay afloat in their market then it just means that customers are choosing for whatever reason to go somewhere else.

    I don't particularly care for Wal-Mart myself and I don't shop there except for as a convience for the most mundane products. But I can't stand all this whining! This is a free world. If you are a consumer, shop where you choose and those companies will reap the reward. If you are a supplier supply to who you wish, if you have a great product it will sell. If you are a competitor, do whatever you can to keep prices low, quality high, customer satisfaction high, and you will stay in business.

    What's the big deal!:rolleyes:

    Oct 26, 05:20 PM (

    Apple has released MacBook SMC Firmware Update 1.1 (, which aims to improve the MacBook's internal monitoring system and address issues with unexpected shutdowns.

    A number of MacBook owners have had their MacBooks intermittently randomly shut down on them, an issue which has come to be known as MacBook RSS (Random Shutdown Syndrome). In a recent summary of the issue, including a pending class-action lawsuit (, AppleInsider quotes Ogrady's PowerPage that nails down the root cause of the issue to the following:

    "Essentially the heatsink can expand during use, and comes into contact with the lead from the [thermometer's] sensor cable," reads a more detailed explanation posted at Ogrady's Power Page. "A short circuit results, and the SMC (System Management Controller) pulls the plug. Once the system cools down, the heatsink [recedes] and the contact is broken."

    As is the case with all firmware upgrades, Apple cautions users to not interrupt the update. Detailed information regarding the update can be found here (

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